Thank You 2018 Summer Interns!
This past summer, Sweet Water Foundation welcomed a host of summer interns both new and returning, from high schools and colleges across the country. The Summer 2018 intern cohort of 9 worked together to build, create, and grow. Each intern crafting an individualized experience to develop themselves and support Sweet Water Foundation’s practice of Regenerative Neighborhood Development.
Natalie Zepeda, a rising fifth year student at Illinois Institute of Technology studying Architecture.
Yash Kumbhat, a rising sophomore at Harvard University studying Political Science and English.
Maurice Hursey, a rising junior at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, from Chicago studying Landscape Architecture joined SWF for his 3rd consecutive summer.
Michael McClain, a rising junior at Alabama A&M University, from Chicago majoring in Construction Management joined SWF for his 3rd consecutive summer.
Quory Watkins, a rising junior at Alcorn State University from Chicago majoring in Plant and Soil Science joined SWF for his 3rd consecutive summer.
Rikiyah Muhammad, a rising junior at University of Illinois at Chicago, from Chicago studying Architecture.
High School Architecture Interns
Saiesha Kennedy, Simeon Career Academy
Tamara McBee, Simeon Career Academy
Trinity Toussaint, Simeon Career Academy
Thank you to all of our summer interns for your contributions to the Commons! There GROWS the neighborhood.